Targeted Promo: Spend $4,000, Get a Marriott Free Night 85K Certificate

by Anthony Losanno
St Regis Chicago Entrance

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A targeted promo has launched today for some with the  Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express® Card.  Cardholders who spend $4,000 by March 15th will earn a certificate for a free night at Marriott properties (up to 85,000 points per night). This is a great bonus with three months to spend $4,000.

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Once registered, you’ll get a confirmation and be ready to earn this valuable free night. Remember, you can add up to 15,000 points to any award certificate. You can redeem this, plus points for hotels with redemption costs up to 100,000 per night. This means that you can stay just about anywhere.

Anthony’s Take: If you have this card, check to see if you’re eligible. If not, this card offers a ton of value and is worth carrying if you’re a Marriott loyalist.

Anthony’s Credit Card Pick: When I’m staying at a Marriott hotel, I want to maximize my points earned. My card of choice is the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express® Card. With it, I earn six Marriott Bonvoy® points for each dollar spent at hotels participating in the Marriott Bonvoy program. It also includes up to $300 statement credits per calendar year (up to $25 per month ) for dining in restaurants worldwide. Plus, a free night award that I can redeem at any Marriott hotel with a redemption level at or under 85,000 Marriott Bonvoy® points. Rates & fees. Terms apply.

(H/T: Monkey Miles.)

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